The - so called - broadcasted 'news' is a spell of fear. All to obscure the story to note and the increase in numbers and deaths from all causes. Takes knowing who am talking to and appropriate to mention. What comes out beyond bright and light chat is the top controversial and contended issue...
Talking this life, the coming months and few years, and interruption to the trajectory we're hurtling toward.
One should, for example, be able to see that things are hopeless and yet be determined to make them otherwise.
F. Scott Fitzgerald. He begins that quote with, '...the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function'.1
A track to keep on (for a month or so). All about association with an alternative. All-changes, when facing difference in an open and inviting environment. A reason for hope. A people with hope, while there are often less-known ideas, that could be explored, that instill possibilities we're not in a materialist and meaningless confusion.
Then there's the Bible God stuff and hope now, and beyond death?
Christians are said to be 'pitiful' if our hope is 'only now' and this life. Yet, it's said to be a world of groaning for freedom and liberty, come truth. Is that all about becoming a Christian or not, and that's that? Why now and this life, why not about the next is all that matters?
God wants to be known and in a personal one-on-one way. The aim of enemies, seen and otherwise, is to limit and shut the opportunities off.
Another God-reason for hope nowadays: Young Children; which should be enough as-stated and self-evident?
A couple of verses from Young Literal (translation):
I exhort, then, first of all, there be made supplications, prayers, intercessions, thanksgivings, for all men: for kings, and all who are in authority, that a quiet and peaceable life we may lead in all piety and gravity, for this [is] right and acceptable before God our Saviour,
And God did what had to at the start in hope for liberty. We're called to call for 'in this world and realm, as in the one to come - "God of love, truth and justice, come and bring it now"'.
for the earnest looking out of the creation doth expect the revelation of the sons of God; for to vanity was the creation made subject -- not of its will, but because of Him who did subject [it] -- in hope, that also the creation itself shall be set free from the servitude of the corruption to the liberty of the glory of the children of God;
That 'creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed' (NIV translation).
All about change and choice. God intends we do choose and have more - not less - opportunity.
Doesn't take a heated debate or persuasive ways to shift our beliefs and/or thinking. It requires the willingness to engage. Ability to appear to listen and detach along with unseen or less conscious influences are as strong as our history of pride and stubbornness allow.
Black Uhuru sang about 'plastic smile can't work' and no matter the surface look, hope is deep and takes repression to cover, if not for real.
Am on a discipline not to look at websites. 2 One noted was Catherine Austin Fitts, which I misread, or it has had had a subsequent edit and an instructive phrase. Read '...a tactical strategy', now(?) reads, 'a tactical matter'. 3 Not into hearing the conversation. While disgree, and her stating, 'to study and get to the bottom of the debate sufficient to form an independent educated opinion would take [me] a great deal of time'.
What's accurate and understandable, as posited by Sam the Off-Guardian moderator, suggests the wider virus question is too big a leap for people to make and could therefore be used to discredit the overall wake-up?
Either way, and the change or what, and Catherine (sure, I read... 'for the purposes of this conversation will adopt a tactical strategy') —it was tactical and for a person of her prominence, even to talk-to-Tom, would throw her circle of connections and closest collaborators.
Might it have been the best cost effective route to bring the subject into more minds and the detractors to go face?
The argument has been somewhat settled by the crowds without a public profile, evident in a growing consensus and on-line commenters who've done the research.
The question and any qualms are straightforward and difficult for an honest broker to contend with one round-table audio-show to clear up.4 Having missed this presentation from last summer until last month was somewhat glad of pushing on and some advocacy for the 'Virus Team'.5 Can concede there are less than satisfactory explanations as to why there seems to be contagion? Genuine and authentic experiments could - in theory - prove what none have done and what makes little sense on face value.
That said... back to 'evidence vs. feelings' and facing the difficult to admit, what sounds daft? The need to admit error is the other toughie. Experienced and used to getting it wrong, would like to acknowledge have written/promoted 'spike protein' dangers and consequences throughout plantaseed, that at best expressed and counter-claims such as on, plantaseed.org.uk/spike-protein —now reckon the jab was toxic trouble but not the erroneous, spike. Hence and why, the awful numbers of injured and premature deaths but not (so-far) certain, circa 2020, predictions.
Into writing on theology and questions that am not seeing covered and the unexplained which gets little 'two opposed ideas [in the mind] at the same time'. Things that fascinate non-Christians but gives them hope of sorts.
To some hope'rs:
Dolores Cahill. On to the law -and- the legal. On it and bristles with zeal to beat the criminals back.
Dr. Michael Yeadon. Another, repentant over Germ Theory don.
David Nunn who spoke at the event in London (January '23) that the image is taken from. His five minute talk was electric and had two convicting lines; 1.) In his low period, the crowd he was facing i.e. those able and willing, to get up and travel to be with other 'Truth and Freedom'-ites —lifted him up and moved him into a better place. While, 2.) His definition of their distinction, "...you're people who care".
Dolores Cahill on the 'roundtable talk' suggests we should be called the 'Integrity Movement'. The candidates, as with anyone who gets physical and active for the wider community and likeminded others.
Met too over-worked parents of young children, or a sole carer of an oldie parent, or grand one. They have hope and some doing two jobs, travelling on a bus and can be a long-time to get to work. Or migrants working and living in a cramped fishing boat, sending half their wages back to wife and children in Africa, who they won't get back to see for months.
Somehow people who care enough and insist the cost, isn't a question - have hope. A look about them. Humbles and inspires me to do my particular thang and pray. Up early doors and dig in.
Refrain from saying much to anyone am among or meet. No one knows b. all about what's going on and can get glib speculation and think are in-the-know and there's "no hope" is uninformed and unreliable, not well-informed evidence and what should be considered facts.
No self-communicating, pathogenic substance, do we pass one to another is hopeful, considering little thus-far shows it isn't true. Nothing counter-wise through the legitimate and described, 'scientific method'.
Lies are everywhere among many state-pushed, common-held beliefs, that are deemed to be assumed. As Jimi Hendrix sang; 'and so castles made of sand, fall in the sea, eventually'.